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07/07/2005: ""

Apologies for the lack of updates this week. I have been massively unwell these past few days, so I've been spending much of my time in bed. Things that I've been doing: collecting Brian Eno quotes for an article I'm (theoretically) writing about food, and researching a theory I have that the brains of people who listen and respond positively to highly repetitive electronic music might be slightly different from the brains of people who don't. The former has me sifting through Eno interviews from the '70s; the latter has me reading neuroscience journal articles from the past few years. In my fevered head, these two strands of inquiry are merging, leading to some bizarre conclusions. Everything merges with the night, as they say.

This is what I've been listening to, through all the neurobiological murk and tape hiss:

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you know about the event eno did in bonn in 98 ( future lounge proposal?) it featured cooking at the opening along with eno & schwalm -

get better!!

robert said @ 07/08/2005 11:12 PM EST

Get well soon

Roque said @ 07/08/2005 02:38 PM EST

Wow Geeta, I'm really interested to see what you come up with, let know when this comes out!

Cornel Novac said @ 07/07/2005 11:20 PM EST

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